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Re: early plants

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] early plants
  • From: "The Lobergs" <loberg@adelphia.net>
  • Date: Sun, 21 Nov 2004 14:38:21 -0800

Yes, if bearded irises are planted early enough in the fall, you will begin to see some early growth within weeks.   They will then go somewhat dormant during the winter, depending on which garden zone you live in.    This is the time when irises are developing root growth which prepares them for the spring and a good bloom season next year.   Additionally, beardless irises, like Spurias, put out quite a bit of growth in the fall, after the late summer in which they pretty much die back.
Kitty Loberg
Northern Calif.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, November 21, 2004 1:01 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] early plants

I just planted iris shoots about a month ago for next year and they are already
coming up - is this ok? normal?


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